New images show the last time a Woodland Hills mom, who has actually been missing for nearly 2 weeks, was seen at Zion National Park in Utah.
The pictures of Holly Courtier, 38, are from security video cameras at the park. Numerous other pictures of her recognizing tattoos were also released, including a star on her right ankle, a double infinity sign on her left wrist, a sun and moon symbol on her right wrist and a lightning bolt and feather on her forearms.
She was last seen on Oct. 6.
Officials state she was dropped off by a shuttle bus at the Grotto park area within Zion National Park, and that she was arranged to be picked up by means of shuttle the same day but never ever returned.
Since her disappearance, friends and family have actually been desperately seeking answers or tips that might lead them to her.
Daughter Kailey Chambers, 19, has signed up with the search for her mom.
“My mom is one of the most selfless and loving people I know, and I just want her to come home,” Chambers said.
Chambers says her mom is a skilled hiker and was enjoying more time on the trails. She included that her mother lost her job due to the pandemic and had recently bought a van to check out national parks around the nation.
Chambers stated she spoke with somebody who saw her mother the day she disappeared, and that the individual said her mother was extremely fired up and had the biggest smile on her face.
Courtier is described as 5 feet 3 inches tall, weighing about 100 pounds, with brown hair and blue eyes. She may be wearing a Pistil gray trucker hat, a black Patagonia puff jacket, a dark tank top, gray Danner Path treking boots, and a blue Osprey multi-day pack.
She might also have a cream-colored open-front hoodie, a Rumple Nanoloft puffy blanket and a camouflage hammock.
Anyone with information is asked to call the National Park Service at (888) 653-0009.
Update #2: Holly has been found! Full Story Here!